8 thoughts on “ Studio Report - Legion Of The Damned - Feel The Blade (CD, Album) ”

  1. Actually a reissue of Elegy for the Weak, originally released under the Occult name, with an altered tracklist.
  2. Legion of the Damned discography (misc) The Widow's Breed () Malevolent Rapture / Sons of the Jackal () > Legion of the Damned discography (all) Slaves of the Shadow Realm () Malevolent Rapture / Sons of the Jackal () >.
  3. Aug 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Occult - Feel the blade (live ) YouTube Legion Of The Damned - Live At Summerbreeze [Full Concert] - Duration: DMarduk78 54, views.
  4. Feel the Blade is a album by thrash metal / death metal band Legion of the Damned. It is actually a re-release of Elegy for the Weak, originally released under the name of Occult, the prior incarnation of Legion of the Damned under singer Rachel Heyzer, and contains an altered track list.
  5. Jan 04,  · oddly enough, Legion of the Damned sounds as if Kreator is being fronted by Galder of Old Man's Child and Dimmu Borgir. this band was once known as Occult and it was fronted by Rachel K. Heyser, who went on to sing for Sinister. this band is ideal if you like Kreator, Slayer, Sodom, Destruction, Megadeth, Gama Bomb, Bonded By Blood, Exodus, and various other thrash bands/5(10).
  6. Long live thrash! Long live thrash! Here's a band that never grew past the 80's and has 3 kick ass albums to prove it. "Sons of the Jackal", Legion of the Damned's most current release (aside from the Occult re-release 'Feel the Blade') is not only produced better than the previous 'Malevolent Rapture', but it packs more precision, more technicality, and a harder punch than probably anybody.
  7. Dec 05,  · LEGION OF THE DAMNED has always been a reliable source of first-class Thrash Metal and the latest album "Ravenous Plague" continues this tradition in a remarkable way.
  8. Legion of the Damned is a thrash metal/death metal band from the Netherlands. The band was formed in as 'Occult', but changed their name in to 'Legion of the Damned'. Lyrically the band tend to focus on horror motifs, dark occult and religious themes and apocalyptic events. They have recorded their albums Malevolent Rapture and Sons of the Jackal in the well known Stage One Studio.

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